The way of life of the people in the urban areas caught our eye and this exposed the need to train slum youth with employable skills in entrepreneurship and support them in business training which reduces the rate of unemployment and expose them to the corporate world. Read more “Our Point on Urban and rural Livelihoods programme”
In Uganda, farming employs a massive 66 percent of the working population and accounts for a quarter of GDP. Population growth is among the highest in the world, with the number of Ugandans likely to at least double by 2050. It would be difficult to overstate the urgency of creating enough jobs and producing enough food for everyone in this landlocked East African country.
In February 2021, Makerere University and other universities in Uganda will hold graduation ceremonies for students who sat for the Uganda Advanced Certificate in Education (UACE) exams in 2016. It is possible that the graduation ceremonies in that year will be delayed by a few weeks to allow time for the national election early in February 2021.
At a communal water spring in Kinawataka, a low-end squalid suburb of Kampala, children with all sorts of repulsively dirty containers are not only collecting water, but equally littering the water point with rubbish.